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Background imageImages Dated 23rd May 2006: St Jude and King Ahaziah, second half of the 14th century, (1843). Artist: Henry Shaw

St Jude and King Ahaziah, second half of the 14th century, (1843). Artist: Henry Shaw
St Jude and King Ahaziah, second half of the 14th century, (1843). Scenes from a manuscript service book and lectionary. St Jude is writing his epistle with the tools of a scribe - the quire is here

Background imageImages Dated 23rd May 2006: Siege scene, c1260, (1843). Artist: Henry Shaw

Siege scene, c1260, (1843). Artist: Henry Shaw
Siege scene, c1260, (1843). Copy of a manuscript illustration showing a party preparing to attempt the breach which has been made in the tower

Background imageImages Dated 23rd May 2006: The Canterbury Pilgrimage, late 15th century, (1843). Artist: Henry Shaw

The Canterbury Pilgrimage, late 15th century, (1843). Artist: Henry Shaw
The Canterbury Pilgrimage, late 15th century, (1843). A 19th-century version of Chaucers pilgrims from a manuscript of Lydgates Storie of Thebes

Background imageImages Dated 23rd May 2006: Headdresses, early 16th century, (1843). Artist: Henry Shaw

Headdresses, early 16th century, (1843). Artist: Henry Shaw
Headdresses, early 16th century, (1843). The caul, under which the hair is gathered in the first two of these figures, was popular in the reign of Henry VII

Background imageImages Dated 23rd May 2006: A fabric pattern. 1843

A fabric pattern. 1843. From Dresses and Decorations of the Middle Ages from the Seventh to the Seventeenth Centuries, by Henry Shaw (London, 1843)

Background imageImages Dated 23rd May 2006: Initial letter D, 10th century, (1843). Artist: Henry Shaw

Initial letter D, 10th century, (1843). Artist: Henry Shaw
Initial letter D, 10th century, (1843). Illustration from Dresses and Decorations of the Middle Ages from the Seventh to the Seventeenth Centuries, by Henry Shaw, (London, 1843)

Background imageImages Dated 23rd May 2006: The Seasons, c1050, (1843). Artist: Henry Shaw

The Seasons, c1050, (1843). Artist: Henry Shaw
The Seasons, c1050, (1843). Copy of a manuscript showing agricultural occupations from January to June. January, ploughing and sowing; February, pruning vines; March, digging and raking; April

Background imageImages Dated 23rd May 2006: Spoons, 16th century, (1843). Artist: Henry Shaw

Spoons, 16th century, (1843). Artist: Henry Shaw
Spoons, 16th century, (1843). The larger, made of silver gilt, is made of three parts. The handle is a fork, the prongs of which fit into the back of the bowl

Background imageImages Dated 23rd May 2006: Initial letter O, 14th century, (1843). Artist: Henry Shaw

Initial letter O, 14th century, (1843). Artist: Henry Shaw
Initial letter O, 14th century, (1843). Musicians playing on bells, pipes and stringed instruments. Illustration from Dresses

Background imageImages Dated 23rd May 2006: Doorknocker, late 14th century, (1843). Artist: Henry Shaw

Doorknocker, late 14th century, (1843). Artist: Henry Shaw
Doorknocker, late 14th century, (1843). Copy of a woodcut of a knocker from the door of the archdeacons house at the cathedral of Barcelona

Background imageImages Dated 23rd May 2006: Solid silver throne, 1397, (1843). Artist: Henry Shaw

Solid silver throne, 1397, (1843). Artist: Henry Shaw
Solid silver throne, 1397, (1843). Chair of silver in the city of Barcelona, after a sketch by P Hawke of the triumphal chair of Don Martin of Aragon

Background imageImages Dated 23rd May 2006: Lydgate presenting his book to the Earl of Salisbury, 1426, (1843). Artist: Henry Shaw

Lydgate presenting his book to the Earl of Salisbury, 1426, (1843). Artist: Henry Shaw
Lydgate presenting his book to the Earl of Salisbury, 1426, (1843). John Lydgate, poet of Bury St Edmunds, presents his book to Thomas de Montacute, Earl of Salisbury

Background imageImages Dated 23rd May 2006: Initial letter T, (1843). Artist: Henry Shaw

Initial letter T, (1843). Artist: Henry Shaw
Initial letter T, (1843). Illustration from Dresses and Decorations of the Middle Ages from the Seventh to the Seventeenth Centuries, by Henry Shaw, (London, 1843)

Background imageImages Dated 23rd May 2006: Initial letter M, c1410, (1843). Artist: Henry Shaw

Initial letter M, c1410, (1843). Artist: Henry Shaw
Initial letter M, c1410, (1843). Illustration from Dresses and Decorations of the Middle Ages from the Seventh to the Seventeenth Centuries, by Henry Shaw, (London, 1843)

Background imageImages Dated 23rd May 2006: Occleve presenting his book to Henry V, c1410, (1843). Artist: Henry Shaw

Occleve presenting his book to Henry V, c1410, (1843). Artist: Henry Shaw
Occleve presenting his book to Henry V, c1410, (1843). The poems of Thomas Hoccleve or Occleve (1368-1450), are contained in the manuscript from which the drawing is taken

Background imageImages Dated 23rd May 2006: Initial letter P, (1843). Artist: Henry Shaw

Initial letter P, (1843). Artist: Henry Shaw
Initial letter P, (1843). Illustration from Dresses and Decorations of the Middle Ages from the Seventh to the Seventeenth Centuries, by Henry Shaw, (London, 1843)

Background imageImages Dated 23rd May 2006: Shooting at the Butt, 1496, (1843). Artist: Henry Shaw

Shooting at the Butt, 1496, (1843). Artist: Henry Shaw
Shooting at the Butt, 1496, (1843). Archers shoot at the parish butt for the prize, using the arbalest or cross-bow. It was a law that a butt should be erected in every township

Background imageImages Dated 23rd May 2006: Initial letter I, 10th century, (1843). Artist: Henry Shaw

Initial letter I, 10th century, (1843). Artist: Henry Shaw
Initial letter I, 10th century, (1843). Illustration from Dresses and Decorations of the Middle Ages from the Seventh to the Seventeenth Centuries, by Henry Shaw, (London, 1843)

Background imageImages Dated 23rd May 2006: The Seasons, c1050, (1843). Artist: Henry Shaw

The Seasons, c1050, (1843). Artist: Henry Shaw
The Seasons, c1050, (1843). Copy of a manuscript showing agricultural occupations from July to December. July, mowing and making hay; August, reaping; September, hunting; October, hawking; November

Background imageImages Dated 23rd May 2006: Initial letter C, 1563, (1843). Artist: Henry Shaw

Initial letter C, 1563, (1843). Artist: Henry Shaw
Initial letter C, 1563, (1843). Queen Elizabeth, attended probably by three members of her privy council. From a woodcut used by John Daye the printer

Background imageImages Dated 23rd May 2006: Cup, c1558, (1843). Artist: Henry Shaw

Cup, c1558, (1843). Artist: Henry Shaw
Cup, c1558, (1843). Decorative cup belonging to the Company of Goldsmiths, said to have been presented by Queen Elizabeth to Sir Martin Bowes, a member of the Company

Background imageImages Dated 23rd May 2006: Initial letter C, early 14th century, (1843). Artist: Henry Shaw

Initial letter C, early 14th century, (1843). Artist: Henry Shaw
Initial letter C, early 14th century, (1843). After a manuscript illustration to the poem by Gautier de Metz Image du Monde

Background imageImages Dated 23rd May 2006: Ladies Playing on the Harp and Organ, early 14th century, (1843). Artist: Henry Shaw

Ladies Playing on the Harp and Organ, early 14th century, (1843). Artist: Henry Shaw
Ladies Playing on the Harp and Organ, early 14th century, (1843). Two women of Siena; the one playing the harp is from a picture representing the Triumph of Petrarch by A Vanni

Background imageImages Dated 23rd May 2006: Monstrance, (1843). Artist: Henry Shaw

Monstrance, (1843). Artist: Henry Shaw
Monstrance, (1843). After an engraving by Israel Van Meekin of a monstrance, a vessel used to hold the host in the Romish ceremonies

Background imageImages Dated 23rd May 2006: Ring, (1843). Artist: Henry Shaw

Ring, (1843). Artist: Henry Shaw
Ring, (1843). A 19th-century engraving after the original item which is in the Louvre. Illustration from Dresses and Decorations of the Middle Ages from the Seventh to the Seventeenth Centuries

Background imageImages Dated 23rd May 2006: Pope Sixtus IV, 1471-1484, (1843). Artist: Henry Shaw

Pope Sixtus IV, 1471-1484, (1843). Artist: Henry Shaw
Pope Sixtus IV, 1471-1484, (1843). Portrait of the pope after the painting by Piero della Francesca. Illustration from Dresses

Background imageImages Dated 23rd May 2006: Initial letter S, (1843). Artist: Henry Shaw

Initial letter S, (1843). Artist: Henry Shaw
Initial letter S, (1843). Illustration from Dresses and Decorations of the Middle Ages from the Seventh to the Seventeenth Centuries, by Henry Shaw, (London, 1843)

Background imageImages Dated 23rd May 2006: Bronze candlestick, late 13th-early 14th century, (1843). Artist: Henry Shaw

Bronze candlestick, late 13th-early 14th century, (1843). Artist: Henry Shaw
Bronze candlestick, late 13th-early 14th century, (1843). Illustration from Dresses and Decorations of the Middle Ages from the Seventh to the Seventeenth Centuries, by Henry Shaw, (London, 1843)

Background imageImages Dated 23rd May 2006: A royal repast, early 14th century, (1843). Artist: Henry Shaw

A royal repast, early 14th century, (1843). Artist: Henry Shaw
A royal repast, early 14th century, (1843). Scene after manuscript illustrations in Queen Marys Psalter. Below, minstrels play on a dulcimer, a trumpet, a tambourine, and a lute or gittern

Background imageImages Dated 23rd May 2006: Initial letter U, early 14th century, (1843). Artist: Henry Shaw

Initial letter U, early 14th century, (1843). Artist: Henry Shaw
Initial letter U, early 14th century, (1843). Illustration from Dresses and Decorations of the Middle Ages from the Seventh to the Seventeenth Centuries, by Henry Shaw, (London, 1843)

Background imageImages Dated 23rd May 2006: Minstrels, c1480, (1843). Artist: Henry Shaw

Minstrels, c1480, (1843). Artist: Henry Shaw
Minstrels, c1480, (1843). Engraving after a manuscript of the Romance of the Rose, part of a larger scene representing the karole or dance of Sire Mirthe

Background imageImages Dated 23rd May 2006: Initial letter O, late 15th century, (1843). Artist: Henry Shaw

Initial letter O, late 15th century, (1843). Artist: Henry Shaw
Initial letter O, late 15th century, (1843). Illustration from Dresses and Decorations of the Middle Ages from the Seventh to the Seventeenth Centuries, by Henry Shaw, (London, 1843)

Background imageImages Dated 23rd May 2006: Initial letter D, 15th century, (1843). Artist: Henry Shaw

Initial letter D, 15th century, (1843). Artist: Henry Shaw
Initial letter D, 15th century, (1843). Illustration from Dresses and Decorations of the Middle Ages from the Seventh to the Seventeenth Centuries, by Henry Shaw, (London, 1843)

Background imageImages Dated 23rd May 2006: Geoffrey Chaucer, 1402, (1843). Artist: Henry Shaw

Geoffrey Chaucer, 1402, (1843). Artist: Henry Shaw
Geoffrey Chaucer, 1402, (1843). English writer Chaucer (1343-1400) stands holding prayer beads, with a coat of arms to the left and a floral design on the right

Background imageImages Dated 23rd May 2006: The Black Prince, c1355, (1843). Artist: Henry Shaw

The Black Prince, c1355, (1843). Artist: Henry Shaw
The Black Prince, c1355, (1843). Design after an image from St Stephens Chapel, Westminster, of Edward, The Black Prince (1330-1376)

Background imageImages Dated 23rd May 2006: Throne, (1843). Artist: Henry Shaw

Throne, (1843). Artist: Henry Shaw
Throne, (1843). Copy of a throne in a medieval illuminated manuscript of the Romance of Alexander from the Bodleian Library, Oxford

Background imageImages Dated 23rd May 2006: Initial letter O, 14th century, (1843). Artist: Henry Shaw

Initial letter O, 14th century, (1843). Artist: Henry Shaw
Initial letter O, 14th century, (1843). Illustration from Dresses and Decorations of the Middle Ages from the Seventh to the Seventeenth Centuries, by Henry Shaw, (London, 1843)

Background imageImages Dated 23rd May 2006: Throne of state, 9th century, (1843). Artist: Henry Shaw

Throne of state, 9th century, (1843). Artist: Henry Shaw
Throne of state, 9th century, (1843). Illustration from Dresses and Decorations of the Middle Ages from the Seventh to the Seventeenth Centuries, by Henry Shaw, (London, 1843)

Background imageImages Dated 23rd May 2006: Louis, the eldest son of Philip Auguste, king of France, lies ill in bed, 1191, (1843)

Louis, the eldest son of Philip Auguste, king of France, lies ill in bed, 1191, (1843). Artist: Henry Shaw
Louis, the eldest son of Philip Auguste, king of France, lies ill in bed, 1191, (1843). After a woodcut from the chronicles of St Denis written in the reign of Charles VI

Background imageImages Dated 23rd May 2006: Heralds announcing the death of Charles VI to his son, c1500, (1843). Artist: Henry Shaw

Heralds announcing the death of Charles VI to his son, c1500, (1843). Artist: Henry Shaw
Heralds announcing the death of Charles VI to his son, c1500, (1843). Heralds carrying the pennon or banner of France, announce the death of King Charles (1368-1422)

Background imageImages Dated 23rd May 2006: Initial letter G, (1843). Artist: Henry Shaw

Initial letter G, (1843). Artist: Henry Shaw
Initial letter G, (1843). From a manuscript of John Lydgates Life of St Edmund the King and Martyr. Illustration from Dresses

Background imageImages Dated 23rd May 2006: Lectern, c15th century?, (1843). Artist: Henry Shaw

Lectern, c15th century?, (1843). Artist: Henry Shaw
Lectern, c15th century?, (1843). Bookstand from a church or monastery, used for reading the litany or sermon. Illustration from Dresses

Background imageImages Dated 23rd May 2006: Herald bearing a banner, c1445, (1843). Artist: Henry Shaw

Herald bearing a banner, c1445, (1843). Artist: Henry Shaw
Herald bearing a banner, c1445, (1843). Design after a manuscript page from The Shrewsbury Book. Illustration from Dresses

Background imageImages Dated 23rd May 2006: Initial letter O, c15th century, (1843). Artist: Henry Shaw

Initial letter O, c15th century, (1843). Artist: Henry Shaw
Initial letter O, c15th century, (1843). Illustration from Dresses and Decorations of the Middle Ages from the Seventh to the Seventeenth Centuries, by Henry Shaw, (London, 1843)

Background imageImages Dated 23rd May 2006: Henry VI and his court, mid-15th century, (1843). Artist: Henry Shaw

Henry VI and his court, mid-15th century, (1843). Artist: Henry Shaw
Henry VI and his court, mid-15th century, (1843). The nobleman with the flowing beard is good duke Humphrey, Henrys uncle

Background imageImages Dated 23rd May 2006: Hedda of Winchester consecrates St Guthlac, late 12th century, (1843). Artist: Henry Shaw

Hedda of Winchester consecrates St Guthlac, late 12th century, (1843). Artist: Henry Shaw
Hedda of Winchester consecrates St Guthlac, late 12th century, (1843). The bishop wears sacerdotal dress consisting of albe, tunic, dalmatic and chasuble. Guthlac lived 673-714 AD

Background imageImages Dated 23rd May 2006: Pyx, 12th century, (1843). Artist: Henry Shaw

Pyx, 12th century, (1843). Artist: Henry Shaw
Pyx, 12th century, (1843). Container for consecrated communion bread. This example was made of gilt copper with the ornaments relieved in blue and green Limoge enamel

Background imageImages Dated 23rd May 2006: An archbishop, late 12th century, (1843). Artist: Henry Shaw

An archbishop, late 12th century, (1843). Artist: Henry Shaw
An archbishop, late 12th century, (1843). Archbishop in pontifical dress. The lower part of the alba is visible above the ankles, over this is the fringed tunic



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